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Twenty Hotels Inducted into Historic Hotels of America

Twenty Hotels Inducted into Historic Hotels of America

Historic Hotels of America inducted 20 historic hotels into membership in 2017. The oldest historic hotel inducted dates to 1771. Hotels nominated and accepted into the prestigious National Trust for Historic Preservation Historic Hotels of America program range in age ...

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HAMA Names 2018 Board of Directors

HAMA Names 2018 Board of Directors

ATLANTA, Ga.—Officials of the Hospitality Asset Managers Association (HAMA) today announced their new board of directors for 2018. Recently appointed at the group’s semi-annual conference, the new members include: CHMWarnick’s Maxine Taylor as president Three Wall Capital’s Tim Dick as ...

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BENCHMARK Reveals Top 10 Meeting Trends for 2018

BENCHMARK Reveals Top 10 Meeting Trends for 2018

Houston, Texas—Global hospitality company BENCHMARK has released its “Top Meeting Trends for 2018” as observed by its properties. Benchmark operates 70 hotels, resorts, and conference centers within its Benchmark Resorts & Hotels and Gemstone Collection brands nationwide and internationally. The ...

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MGM Resorts Signs AARP Employer Pledge

MGM Resorts Signs AARP Employer Pledge

LAS VEGAS—MGM Resorts International signed the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Employer Pledge, a national effort to connect employers with job seekers who are over 50. The program allows MGM Resorts to reach experienced workers and those who might ...

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Chicago Sets New Record of 55 Million Visitors in 2017

Chicago Sets New Record of 55 Million Visitors in 2017

CHICAGO—The number of visitors to Chicago reached 55.2 million in 2017—a new record and 2.5 percent increase over the previous year. With the major increase in leisure visitors to the city, Chicago hotels reported an overall annual increase of 6.3 ...

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Third-Party Bookers Settle FTC Charges of Misleading Practices

Third-Party Bookers Settle FTC Charges of Misleading Practices

Utah-based third-party hotel room resellers have settled Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charges that they misled consumers through ads, webpages, and call centers that led consumers to mistakenly believe they were reserving the rooms directly from hotels. The resellers failed to ...

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